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People are more likely to use products that they pay for, but when it comes to malaria-preventing bed nets in Africa, the opposite holds true.
Philanthropedia cofounder Deyan Vitanov wants to make it easier for donors to see the impact of the organizations they fund.
Too many people believe social value is objective, fixed, and stable, when in fact it is subjective, malleable, and variable.
Funders can help grantees track their progress more effectively by helping them develop dashboards that measure key items.
Improving the lives of disadvantaged populations requires proven theories of change.